More will be known about the investigation in the coming months as the Justice Department inspector general is investigating the FBI's handling of the Clinton email case.
In July 2016, then FBI Director James Comey hosted a press conference announcing that the FBI would recommend to the Department of Justice that Democratic nominee Clinton not be charged for mishandling classified information.
Trump appeared to be referring to a report in the conservative Daily Caller that Abedin sent government passwords to her Yahoo email before it was hacked. In early December, he wrote: "Many people in our Country are asking what the "Justice" Department is going to do about the fact that totally Crooked Hillary, AFTER receiving a subpoena from the United States Congress, deleted and "acid washed" 33,000 Emails?"
"I think that even that is extremely unsafe, and that the Justice Department should not be opening itself up to the perception that it is bending to political pressures from the White House", Brian Fallon, a former spokesperson for the Justice Department and Clinton's presidential campaign, told the outlet.
'Our experience with Abedin's emails suggest these Weiner laptop documents will include classified and other sensitive materials'.
Officials planned to "make recommendations as to whether any matters not now under investigation should be opened", Boyd added in the letter.
Clinton aides are not happy with the news, as Nick Merrill, Clinton's former communications director, told the Beast: "As Trump begins the new year with Steve Bannon calling his campaign treasonous and indictments and guilty pleas piling up, he resorts to diversion and distraction like clockwork, with the help of his Attorney General". Federal investigators determined in summer 2016 that, while the use of the server was careless, the former top diplomat didn't knowingly break any laws.
Comey in July 2016 said Clinton's use of a private email server was "careless" but said Clinton and her staff engaged in no "intentional misconduct", and announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation would not recommend criminal charges against her. The FBI handed out immunity deals for the benefit of the investigation even though the letter exonerating Hillary was already in the works.
He said he envisions going into the worlds of " Esports , movies, drama, cartoons, animation" and more with "Battlegrounds". PUBG is now available via early access on Xbox One, meaning that the game is continually being developed.
Whether you like it or love it, one thing is for sure: This one is about to be all over your radio so you better get used to it. Justin is apparently releasing one music video each for four weeks leading up to the album which you can pre-order here.
The doctors are opposing this new NMC bill, said that the passing of this bill will be the black day in the medical history. Government doctors have chose to boycott their one-hour OP duty as a mark of protest against the bill.
NRC State Coordinator Prateek Hajela said those people whose names have been excluded in the first list need not worry. Assam has been driven into a conflict between the permanent residence and those who have migrated from Bangladesh.
It is also known as the "City of Temples" in Arabic, as it houses monuments constructed by pharaohs thousands of years ago. Egyptian authorities blamed strong winds, saying they had blown the balloon off its course and into a mountainous area.
The Finnish producer has clearly picked on-screen route to make the interface of the new Nokia 6 nearer to stock Android UI. The front-facing selfie shooter is of 8-megapixel which has a 1.12-pixel size, f/2.0 aperture and an 84° wide-angle lens.
News Chairman Andy Lack announced that Kotb will co-anchor the first two hours of the show, according to the network. The timing is important for NBC , because Today will get a burst of attention next month with the Winter Olympics.
A passenger is accused of sexually assaulting a 22-year-old woman as she slept on a flight from Las Vegas to Detroit . His wife told officials a similar story, and said that they had called the flight attendants to try to change seats.
The cold was blamed for the deaths of two men in separate incidents in Milwaukee, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel . The mayor of Washington, DC, Muriel Bowser, urged residents to call the city if they saw people outside.
Wixen's lawsuit says the proposed settlement "does not adequately compensate Wixen or the songwriters it represents". The complaint also claims that more than 20 percent of Spotify's 30 million songs could be unlicensed.
United Kingdom lawmakers back tax on disposable coffee cups
Government sources said ministers were "open" to the idea of a coffee cup charge if evidence shows it would change behaviour. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, chef and campaigner, said: "The UK has woken up and smelled the coffee cup nightmare".
This week's lottery jackpots combined top $800 million
With no lucky victor in Friday night's drawing, the Mega Millions jackpot swelled to $361 million for Tuesday's drawing. The in-state Megabucks Doubler jackpot on Wednesday is about $8 million, or a $6.36 million cash option.
AMBER Alert issued for two little girls, woman found dead
She has a right nose stud and braces. "Like I said, I got kids, and I wouldn't want that to happen to mine", James Reid said. KXAN reports that Miles has not been charged with a crime yet authorities do not believe the girls are with him willingly.
Delhi fog: Over 300 flights delayed, 8 cancelled
While 21 trains were cancelled and 64 delayed besides 24 rescheduled due to heavy fog in several parts of northern India. Save for a couple of global flights, all other flights that were heading North were delayed, they said.
Pakistan summons U.S. ambassador over Trump's tweet
Trump's senior administration officials met last month to decide what to do about the money. "Those days are over", Pence said. This anxious Indian officials who had hoped Trump would be taking a stronger stance on Pakistan.